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Postdoc in migratory behaviour and physiology

The Watts lab at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) is looking to hire a postdoctoral fellow to participate in research investigating migratory behavior and physiology in the pine siskin, a nomadic and irruptive finch.
Pine siskin

The postdoc will be involved in an NSF-funded project focused on facultative migration, a taxonomically widespread but poorly understood form of migration.
The position is based in the Department of Biology at LMU, located on the west side of Los Angeles. Read more!

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